Shraga is Arabic for candle, which decorate the tables and this special little Jerusalem cafe. The inside décor is...Let’s go!
Jerusalem-born Chef Rachel Dabbah went to Italy to learn to make real Napolitan pizza, a few years ago. When she...Let’s go!
Walk though mirrored doors under an arbor of vine leaves, past a showcase with delectable desserts and you are in an...Let’s go!
Ishtabach is one of the most unique eateries in Jerusalem. It’s even unknown to many Jerusalemites due to its...Let’s go!
Netanya is known for its increasingly large French speaking population but the popularity of Dizengoff 67 has spread...Let’s go!
The Herbert Samuel Restaurant at the Ritz-Carlton in the Herzliya Marina offers a glimpse of the good life whilst...Let’s go!
Kalo is not in the enter of town but in Baka, one of Jerusalem's neighborhoods, popular with...Let’s go!
Angelica originated on Schatz Street in the Montefiore Hotel, near the Bezalel Academy. It was named for the...Let’s go!
Naadi Restaurant: If you want to have your mind blown by the ultimate Israeli Breakfast experience, check out Naadi...Let’s go!
One of Jerusalem’s oldest and most well established falafel and shwarma joints is Maoz Falafel located in the...Let’s go!
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